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Month: March 2017

The 5th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference
Campus Academic Affairs, Campus News

The 5th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference

The 5th Annual Humanities and Social Sciences Conference “Making Strangers: Outsiders, Aliens and Foreigners” Saturday, April 1, 2017 Lincoln University Conference “Digitizing Lived Experience: Strangeness in Teaching and Learning” Mass Com Panel Title & Rationale: Panel at 10:30-11:50 Grim 308 This panel features digital lived experiences of “outsider,” foreign,” and “alien” in the context of teaching and learning. Presenters: Nicole Files-Thompson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Lincoln University Heshvah Gladden, Class of 2016, Department of Mass Communication, Lincoln University Tasha Saint-Louis, Class of 2017, Department of Mass Communication, Lincoln University Constance Ebienfa, Class of 2017, Department of Mass Communication, Lincoln Uni...
Philly Brings Couture to The Streets
Pop Culture/Lifestyle

Philly Brings Couture to The Streets

By Christopher Gibson Milan Rouge founder and designer of Milano Di Rouge, a popular Philadelphia clothing line, hopes her clothing will inspire others to follow their dreams. Milan was raised in Philly and has always had an interest for fashion. Milan uses her brand to promote positivity, ambition, and safety. As a young teen, Milan’s dream was to open up a clinic for people concerning HIV/AIDS. Milan has hosted events and celebrity sports tournaments to raise money to help support the cause. Her future plans  are still to open up her own clinic to help protect and to educate Philadelphia on HIV/AIDS awareness. Milan’s brand is so unique because it isn’t centered around herself. When on Lincoln University’s top radio show, she was asked about the message behind her bra...
LU 411 : THE AD PAGE
The LU-411

LU 411 : THE AD PAGE

The LU 411 page is the spot to keep abreast of current LU affairs. From student businesses, to on-campus events, to academic affairs, keep track of it all on the LU 411 page. Submit flyers, images, videos, etc to lincolnian.411@gmail.com!   
Lincoln University Honor Students’ Academic Excellence at Convocation
Campus News

Lincoln University Honor Students’ Academic Excellence at Convocation

    By Makeda White and Nicholas J. Blackmon Thursday, March 23., Lincoln University honored its exceptional students at the annual Student Recognition Awards Convocation. The ceremony opened with a welcome from Patricia Pierce Ramsey, Lincoln University’s provost and VP for academic affairs, to students, parents, faculty and staff for participating in the celebration of Lincoln students followed by invocation delivered by the University’s Chaplain, Rev. Frederick T. Faison. Guest speaker Kimberly D. Whitehead, interim provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, began her speech by honoring students and the people who contributed to the students academic advancement. “Sometimes we are so busy putting out fires...
Life At Sea: Japan is #Woke
LU Travel, Study Abroad, Views from the U

Life At Sea: Japan is #Woke

  By Chanel Watson   Kobe seems like a beautiful place, but I will never actually know. As soon as the ship docked in Japan, I was on my flight to Tokyo. After taking a 12 day trip from Hawaii, I was ready to experience the New York City of Asia. As I got off my plane and hopped in the cab, you could easily feel the tension between them and me, the Black students and Asian locals. As we walked through the terminal to the taxis, I could feel the stares at my brown skin and jet black braids. I appreciate that Japanese people try to be discreet about their stares, but I knew that the last thing they expected to see during the day was a group of 7 Black students. When we got out of the airport, Tokyo was everything I had seen in the movies. Bright lights, Japanese ...
Life at Sea: Curry, Chaos and Curiosity in India
LU Travel, Study Abroad, Views from the U

Life at Sea: Curry, Chaos and Curiosity in India

  By Chanel Watson I have had 5 adventurous days in a country that triggers all 5 of your senses. Imagine the smell of spices and tastes of curry; colorful saris and marble art are the cultural attractions that catch your eye. Rub the genie lamps with the tips of your fingers while listening to the traditional Indian music through their string and percussion instruments. Welcome to India. My trip started by going on a field program with my International Marketing class. We visited the Namami Wellness Resort in Kochi which is considered a getaway for people trying to find peace and serenity. We were welcomed with flowers and coconut milk, and then taken through a beautiful garden that leads to a shrine. In Hinduism, they worship Dhanwanthari, an avatar of Vishnu, to pra...